Düsseldorf/Dubai, 17 December 2020 – Klüh Multiservices has once again demonstrated that, also in the international arena, it is among the high-performance players in facility management and, together with its subsidiary Berkeley Services it has secured the maintenance cleaning contract for the world’s tallest building for the fourth time in succession. At a height of 828 metres, the Burj Khalifa is an architectural icon and a coveted reference property where world-class service is required. Since the opening of the building in 2010, Berkeley Services has been the preferred service partner here, and now the contract has been extended for another three years.
Ralf Zerenner, CEO of Berkeley Services in Dubai: “Our extensive experience with complex building services once again formed the basis of our performance, optimally positioning us in terms of quality and service level. We were thus able to win the trust of our customer Emaar for another three years as a preferred service partner. What's more, bio-risk management has always played a significant role in the context of our services.”
Berkeley Services was founded in 1984 and, with around 8,000 trained employees, offers a wide portfolio of services for customers from various sectors. With locations in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the Klüh subsidiary is one of the top 3 facility management service providers in the United Arab Emirates. In 2018, Berkeley was designated “Cleaning Company of the Year” for its excellent performance values and the implementation of digital systems.
Karl-Heinz Mair, Managing Director International of Klüh: “We are very proud that, as an owner-managed family business, we were once again able to hold our own against the competition. As an international service provider, we benefit from the innovation performance of the entire Klüh Group and can thus guarantee a sustainable know-how transfer.”